Michael Bay, director of the movie "Transformers" and "The island" proves black comedy with an unusual event, but is it really as the "Sun Gym Gang" of Miami. It is about the comedy "Pain and Gain" where in the world of steroids protagonists interpreted by Mark Wahlberg and Dwayne Johnson ("Fast & Furious 5" and "Fast & Furious 6"), will be involved in a kidnapping that ends with the really bad.
Dwayne Johnson has said that the film has a lot of style "Michael Bay" ... ". It is a great director, very smart and is able to put his soul in smaller projects that films made before "- says Johnson. In fact, the director himself has stated that the project postponed several times due to its chemically Transformers films, but still wish to run a not very costly film has reverted back to "Pain and Gain". The entire budget of the film runs a little more than 20 million dollars and say that both actors protagonists have accepted a lower salary than usual just to keep as low budget. But this was not the only sacrifice of both actors. To realize their characters bodybuilding, Whalberg and Johnson have added to the weight of the first 220 pounds and the other 300 pounds.
While referring to his character Dwayne Johnson said: "I entertain a lot to interpret this character because every day after filming, when I came back home at 3 am or 6 o'clock in the evening I thought:" Lord, it has really happened. "
And in fact the scenario of the film is based on a true story written in several articles authored by Pete Collins and later adapted to screenplay by Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely. It is the story of three incredible personal trainer since 1990 in Miami, and were looking for their dream American involved in a criminal ring, kidnapping and killing several people.
Except for the two protagonists cast of actors includes acquaintances Ed Harris, Tony Shalhoub, Rob Corddry and Bar Paly.
Directed by: Michael Bay
Screenplay: Christopher Markus, Stephen McFeely
Actors: Mark Wahlberg, Dwayne Johnson, Ed Harris, Tony Shalhoub, Rob Corddry and Bar Paly
Gender: Action, Comedy, Crime
Duration: 130 minutes